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Daffodil Software
Daffodil Software develops and markets a lineage of Java database servers and replication products. Since its inception, Daffodil Software has designed and

java db  markets a lineage of Java database servers and replication products. Since its inception, Daffodil Software has designed and developed database products such as Daffodil DB, One$DB and Daffodil Replicator. The company intends its suite of products to enable the development and deployment of software applications, and assist in lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO) of said applications. The company is involved with such open source projects as Compiere, Hybernate, and JBoss. Daffodil Software is headq Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Oracle8i Release 2 - Ready to Storm the Web
On November 15, Oracle Corp., announced the pending availability of Oracle8i Release 2, the follow-on to Oracle8i, the most rapidly adopted database product

java db  Java2 and a 100% Java XML parser to Oracle8i's integrated Java Virtual Machine, Oracle JServer. In addition, Oracle Enterprise Manager 2.1 allows web-based control of 12 key Oracle sub-systems. There are also performance and failover improvements. Market Impact Oracle 8i Release 2, otherwise known as Oracle 8.1.6, is the newest release of Oracle8i, the extremely successful latest generation of Oracle's flagship database product. According to Chuck Rozwat, senior vice president of server technologies at Read More...
Enterprise Application Integration - the Latest Trend in Getting Value from Data
Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is one of the hot-button issues in IT for the Year 2000. Information Week Research's survey of 300 technology managers

java db  counterpart of Microsoft's ODBC. Java was originally developed by Sun Microsystems. OLE DB: OLE (Object Linking and Embedding) Database. A programming interface for data access from Microsoft. It functions in a similar manner as ODBC, but for every type of data source not just SQL databases. Applications can use OLE DB to access ODBC databases as well. OLE DB for OLAP is used to access OLAP databases. OLE DB is a COM object. COM: Component Object Model. A component software architecture from Microsoft, wh Read More...
GMAC Web-Enables Legacy Data With NEON Systems Shadow Direct
GMAC is pushing for enterprise-wide web enablement of existing IT assets to support customer self-service platforms. NEON Systems’ Shadow Direct product gives

java db  of Shadow Direct and Java write-once-run-anywhere technology by allowing developers to produce Web applications that transparently incorporate System/390 data and transactions using the Java JDBC data access interface. The Shadow JDBC driver supports leading Web application servers, including BEA WebLogic Enterprise , which was chosen for the GMAC project. NEON Systems' iWave Solution for GMAC Insurance allows a GMAC customer to access information using any Web browser. The request flows through GMAC's Read More...
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Two: Strategy
Oracle's vision of a complete collaborative e-Business solution requires a database strategy, an application server strategy, and an e-business strategy. Will

java db  Internet-based features such as Java server, an Internet file system (IFS), Internet directory services, and Internet security allowed companies to build Internet-based applications while blurring the definition of what a database traditionally means and represents. Oracle continued to extend its database functionality with this same thread through the introduction of Oracle 9i in mid 2000. It introduced real application clusters (RAC), which enabled multiple copies of the Oracle 9i database across Read More...
Development of an Internet Payment Processing System
This article describes the author's experience with the development of the first Yugoslav Internet payment processing system. The system's architecture is very

java db  module for execution of Java Servlet Internet applications, and the SSL module. We selected this configuration for various reasons. Due to the requirement that the system must work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we selected a reliable UNIX-based operating system. Furthermore, 57% of all web servers in the world are Apache, while an additional 3% are Apache derivatives. Also existing third party software for transaction authorization (BankWorks by RS2 Software Group) runs on a Windows NT platform. All Read More...
Intentia Americas Gains Momentum with 10 New Deals Inked During Last Two Weeks
On October 29, Intentia Americas announced that the company has acquired 10 new customers for its Movex Enterprise Application suite during the last two weeks

java db  Research Note: Intentia: Java Evolution From AS/400 October 1st, 1999). While the market for enterprise applications was declining, the Company substantially invested in building its Americas sales and consulting organizations, both through selective acquisition and organic growth. Today, there are 403 employees in the consolidated organization, up from 187 in mid-1998. Since 1995, Intentia has won 113 American customers and successfully implemented its product in 81 of these companies. The recent Read More...
Cassatt Corporation
Cassatt brings the benefits of virtualization to the world of J2EE applications and web services. Cassatt's Java application virtualization and management lets

java db  and web services. Cassatt's Java application virtualization and management lets IT departments reduce costs through server consolidation, streamlined operations, and better agility, while automatically maintaining the application service levels that the businesses require. Read More...
Lawson
Lawson Software (Nasdaq: LWSN) provides software and service solutions to 4,000 customers in manufacturing, distribution, maintenance, and service sector

java db  produces virtually error-free, consistent Java code. This Java-based code delivers interoperability that protects and extends Lawson customers’ existing IT investments while ensuring compatibility with future applications and technologies. Lawson’s industry focus and flexible product design enables fast and easy deployment. The company’s expertise within its target markets allows its services teams to radically simplify the process of deploying Lawson applications. As a result, customers save time, Read More...
The Application Server War Escalates
At JavaOne in San Francisco, a battle ensued between BEA Systems CEO Bill Coleman, and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. In a truly ugly display of how contentious the

java db  the virtues of the Java programming language, its ROI for business, and its speed of implementation. This keynote speech indicated that there is more to the application server war than meets the eye. The keynote started off innocuously enough, with BEA CEO Coleman speaking about BEA's future proof concept of development. Coleman discussed at length the wonders of J2EE (Java 2 Enterprise Edition), J2SE (Standard Edition), and J2ME (Micro Edition for embedded applications). His presentation was 85% Java Read More...
Sterling Software Sees the Light with Eureka:Intelligence
Sterling Software, Inc. (NYSE: SSW) announced general availability today of its new EUREKA:Intelligence product, a 100% Java, Web-Based Integrated, Query

java db  business users. The 100% Java tool also satisfies the unique requirements of business-to-business e-commerce companies. EUREKA:Intelligence is the latest product to be added to the integrated EUREKA:Suite. The suite also contains products for web-based production reporting, analysis of very large databases, and advanced ad-hoc analysis. In addition, EUREKA:Portal provides a single point of entry and is a common platform of services for all EUREKA:Suite products. Since EUREKA:Intelligence is 100% Java, it Read More...
Taming the SOA Beast - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog topic introduced the notion of how complex and tricky it can be to manage and govern enterprise applications' service oriented architecture

java db  at least in the Java world. The idea behind the ambitiously broad Oracle Fusion Middleware (OFM) suite is the following: to enable the enterprise applications’ architecture shift to SOA to become a comprehensive platform for developing and deploying service-oriented enterprise applications to form the foundation for modernizing and integrating the burgeoning Oracle Applications portfolio Oracle’s middleware product strategy is foremost to provide a complete (unified) and pre-integrated middleware Read More...
A New Development Framework on iSeries or i5/OS: Architecture
It is feasible to create native, intuitive and graphical business applications using just available software in i/OS and Open source Java. Using iSeries as an

java db  problem with WebSphere . Java concepts such as Enterprise Java Beans, HTML, and Web servers were to be the new foundations for iSeries software development. The iSeries community, however, was not very receptive to this new solution. For a lot of iSeries developers it was still a bridge too far . Instead of a radical revolution, they really just wanted a step-by-step modernization of their enterprise applications. The reason being that aside from some standard software packages, the major part of their Read More...
The Future of Secure Remote Password (SRP) Part Two: Overcoming Obstacles to Success
This article explores the possibilities for the Secure Remote Password (SRP) in today’s multi-channel world, specifically how it improves upon the inherent

java db  only viable from a Java applet. There is a further complication for mobile channels in that memory and CPU usage on these devices is very valuable, however, the footprint for SRP authentication is considerably smaller than that required for a smart card token and its associated libraries. The need for client software is by no means a show stopper, but rather a potential stumbling block since it requires more work than just basic authentication, the evil path of least resistance. Underlying Network Read More...

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